March 15 / 1:00 pm
Exclusive Member Event
Vienna with a Twist
Vienna with a Twist featuring songs, sweets, and stories of survival from the pre-war capital of culture.
The evening will feature:
- The music of Viennese composer Richard Stöhr, the teacher of Marlene Dietrich and Leonard Bernstein. Stöhr's works will be performed by Stefan Koch, cellist of the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, and Robert Conway, associate professor of piano at Wayne State University and frequent performer with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
- The story of the Stöhr family's escape from the Nazis, including daughter Hedi's journey to safety on the Kindertransport.
- Viennese pastries for you to sample, with a demonstration by Epicurean's Executive Pastry Chief Paul Suriano.
- A Leadership Circle Brunch at noon open to members at the $500+ levels.
Space is limited. RSVP required to Ruth Stern at 248.553.2400, ext. 119 or email@example.com
Doris & Eric Billes | Adrienne & Robert Z. Feldstein | Sylvia & Hans Weinmann
Generously Supported By:
PNC Wealth Management
This event is exclusive to members of the Holocaust Memorial Center. CLICK HERE to become a member and join us on March 15.
Memberships are tax-deductible and start at
$18/students • $36/individual • $50/families
April 14 / 7 pm
Holocaust and Armenian Genocide Cooperative Event
Industry and Resistance: The Mechanics of Genocide
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide and the 70th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust. Focusing on the role of the camp and transit systems during the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust, respectively, scholars Khatchig Mouradian and Peter Hayes seek to grapple with the scope of each genocide and the functions which contributed to their deadly efficiency.
- RSVPs not necessary
- Admission: Free